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March 22, 2008

No Country For Old Men








Director
- Ethan & Joel Coen

Genre - Crime/Drama/Thriller


Adapted from a novel by Cormac MaCarthy, this Coen brothers' movie is about the evil that men do. Like an unstoppable plague, this evil is represented in all its sick f*cking glory by Javier Bardem's character. There has never been a more frightening villain in cinema, even with that hideously funny hair. At times the suspense created by the Coens is so thick it is almost unbearable and this adds to the film's brilliance as well.

5 STARS!

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2 comments:

Michael Ng said...

Watched it 2 days ago. Not overly suspense but plenty of drama and unpredictability.

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